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(A zine from the late '80s dedicated to freestyle skateboarding)
 
 
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FreeZine was dedicated entirely to freestyle skateboarding. It was put out between 1988 and 1990 by Kyle McIntosh, an amateur freestyler from Indianapolis, Indiana. It included coverage of freestyle events like CASL contests and the 1989 NSA amateur nationals in Phoenix, AZ, interviews with pros like Ray Meyer and Don Brown, and trick tips. Clif Duhn and Curtis Lee contributed photos and copy.
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''''FreeZine'''' was dedicated entirely to freestyle [[skateboarding]]. It was put out between 1988 and 1990 by [[Kyle McIntosh]], an amateur freestyler from Indianapolis, [[Indiana]]. It included coverage of freestyle events like CASL contests and the 1989 NSA amateur nationals in Phoenix, AZ, interviews with pros like Ray Meyer and Don Brown, and trick tips. [[Clif Duhn]] and [[Curtis Lee]] contributed photos and copy.
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[[Category:1980's publications]]
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[[Category:Skateboarding]]

Latest revision as of 13:16, 29 November 2015

'FreeZine' was dedicated entirely to freestyle skateboarding. It was put out between 1988 and 1990 by Kyle McIntosh, an amateur freestyler from Indianapolis, Indiana. It included coverage of freestyle events like CASL contests and the 1989 NSA amateur nationals in Phoenix, AZ, interviews with pros like Ray Meyer and Don Brown, and trick tips. Clif Duhn and Curtis Lee contributed photos and copy.